Hot Form Tooling

Hot Form ToolHeat resistant materials (used for Aircraft Engine Components) have to be resistant to in-service temperatures exceeding 1000 deg. celcuis. The behavioural characteristics of these materials (Titanium, Inconel and Jet Heat) demand the forming of these parts at temperatures of between 600 deg. and upto 1000 deg. The tooling therefore has to equally withstand these temperatures during forming. High content Nickel / Chrome Steel has to be used in varying alloys to cope with these elevated temperatures.